So another year comes to a close at The PR Store. It’s been a busy old year, with websites completed and updated – and media coverage generated. And some other fun things too.
The year saw us create audio guides for the Coalfields Regeneration Trust – and delve into local history for the charity Sustrans (read a project newsletter here – and see some of the resulting articles here).
A walk is good for your mental health. Explore the West Fife Woodlands Way (with contributions from @ForestryLS and others) in this free audio guide (produced by myself for @CRTScotland). Available on the @iziTRAVEL app – https://t.co/DsRSbRXth1 #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek pic.twitter.com/sb0UKQ2rbx— Adrian Mahoney (@adrianmahoney) May 12, 2021
We developed a new website for the award-winning Corbie Inn pub in Bo’ness (and generated press interest in pub improvements for walkers and cyclists). We also helped the Queensferry History Group develop a new site and get media coverage for their National Lottery-funded project. Queensferry is steeped in history – check it out.
The summer saw us revamp the online presence for The Friends of Kinneil charity, in a move supported by Sustrans. We also did some website updates for tourism clients Spoke ‘n’ Boot and Bo’mains Farm.
We worked with the local Odenwald Association and Falkirk District Twinning Association to redevelop their web presence at www.falkirktwinning.org
Nice to see my client, Bo’mains Farm B&B – between Bo’ness and Linlithgow – supporting the @JohnMuirWay Passport scheme (offering free packed lunches to JMW Passport holders!) https://t.co/ZV2ovUXYFk & https://t.co/mrz0bTdQrG #walking #cycling #Scotland @VFalkirk @SeeWestLothian pic.twitter.com/grj5nUjekj— Adrian Mahoney (@adrianmahoney) July 9, 2021
We also helped a number of clients get business listings on the John Muir Way website. If you haven’t walked bits of the John Muir Way, make a date in 2022.
Look out for more on this in 2022.
All in a day’s work! Today I did social media, finalised press releases, updated websites, and then did some photography for my local paper (to promote one of my clients). The pic of @BonessCar4U chair Rod McNeill isn’t bad, is it? pic.twitter.com/GddfaC7u47— Adrian Mahoney (@adrianmahoney) August 24, 2021
October saw the 10th birthday of the Corbie Inn – generating more headlines, with the help of The PR Store.
Thanks to the @falkirk_herald and the @edinburghpaper for featuring my client, the @CorbieInnBoness. The pub celebrated its 10th birthday by giving away presents to customers. Find out more at https://t.co/MZlHPFdm2E pic.twitter.com/tNXwmHCxiP— Adrian Mahoney (@adrianmahoney) November 1, 2021
The year has ended with us supporting long-term client Bo’net. Its been revamping its email and mailing systems. It’s also been updating its audio guide to the Bo’ness foreshore.
Talking of which, Carriden Church (pictured below) is one of the stopping points on the audio guide. Check it out.
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Best wishes for 2022 and have a happy (and healthy) Christmas.
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